Fortnite Sport a Carter Code

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In Fortnite, there is no such a thing called Fortnite Sport a Carter code. However, the term can refer to Fortnbite Support A Creator code. What is Fortnite Support A Creator code? Find out the answer by reading everything.

Support A Creator program is the name of the way for creators to earn money from supporters. Each creator earns money when supporters buy things in the Epic Games store or spend V-Bucks in the Fortnite Item Shop. Actually, it is really the Epic Games Support A Creator program because it is not limited to Fortnite. However, since Fortnite is really popular and it is way a lot of creators monetize, the program has become mostly associated with Fortnite.


How to support a Fortnite creator? As you probably know, creators are able to earn money from purchases via the Epic Games store or in Fortnite. for games on the store of Epic Games, each creator is able to share the links or promote their creator tag. Then, the supporters are able to either follow the creator links or enter the creator tag during checkout on the Epic Games store. In Fortnite, you are able to support a creator in-game by entering the creator tag in-game. you are able to find the button named Support a Creator located in the bottom right corner of the Item shop in Battle Royale, or the Loot tab in Save the World. Also for Fortnite, you are able to select support a different creator at any time. The maximum is 14 days. Once you have chosen a creator, the tag will last for 14 days. After those days, the tag will reset and you are able to re-select the same creator or enter the new one. Please take a note that not all creators and streamers are currently a part of the program.  For those who want to know, here is the list of 15 popular streamers and esports athletes most hardcore fans have heard of:

  1. Tfue – Tfue
  2. Cloak: fazecloak
  3. NICKMERCCS: nickmercs
  4. Ninja: Ninja
  5. dakotaz: DAKOTAZ
  6. Daequan: tsm_daequan
  7. Myth: Myth
  8. HighDistortion: HighDistortion
  9. SypherPK: SypherPK
  10. Cizzorz: Cizz
  11. Chap: Chap
  12. Nate Hill: Nate
  13. 72hrs: 72hrs
  14. Symfuhny: SYMFUHNY
  15. Poach: poach

How to join the Support A Creator program? If you are a creator who are looking to earn  money from your content, first of all, you have to do is to check if you meet the eligibility requirements. The reason is because Epic Games do not allow just anyone to join this program. This one is not available to residents in Iran, North Korea, China, or any other country disallowed by United States or as otherwise prohibited by Affiliate Agreement or Fortnite EULA. Aside from that, you need to have more than 1,000 followers on at least one major social platform such as Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitch, Mixer, and VK. If you meet the requirements, you can visit the Epic Games affiliate page and click Apply Now button.

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